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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

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Ecobuild

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Waste

Offsite

Offsite

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Urban Infrastructure

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Energy

Buildings

Buildings

Interiors

Interiors

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Energy

Energy

Energy hub

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The future of Energy

The Energy Hub unites all professionals engaged in designing, specifying, supplying and installing services and products involving energy production and use.

With the imperative to meet targets under the Climate Change Act, all aspects of energy are under the spotlight. The Energy Hub will offer a seminar programme which highlights the latest research and best practice with exhibitors demonstrating the technologies in the sector including new advances in district energy and heating.

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The Association for Decentralised Energy Pavilion

As the strategic partner of the Energy Hub, the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE), will also host two pavilions at Futurebuild 2019. These pavilions will explore innovations from across the entire energy landscape, including heat networks, CHP, DSR and energy efficiency, as well as providing networking opportunities for visitors and exhibitors in this area.

International Pavilions

In association with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, this pavilion will be dedicated to manufacturers from Europe. It will showcase the very best of district energy from the continent, inspiring UK based projects to use best practice and products as seen within Europe.

2019 Energy Hub exhibitors include

Energy Hub seminar programme

The “clean growth and grand challenge mission” states the government’s intention to halve the energy costs of new homes/buildings and halving the costs of retrofitting to the same standard by 2030. This grand challenge supported by millions of pounds of challenge funding seeks to accelerate clean energy innovation, decarbonisation of energy and heat, and improve energy efficiency.

The Energy Hub will shine a light on the key priorities and interconnections between energy generation, demand management, storage, energy reduction in buildings, decarbonisation of heat and the delivery of new smart, local and flexible energy systems, and low carbon technologies.

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  1. Energy Hub theatre
    60 mins
    • Energy
    Gaze into the future of smart technology and thinking around intelligent buildings and data
    Panel

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